Real Life Center Assistance Programs
General Assessment Counseling - Assessments are conducted with trained counselors who listen to concerns and help develop a plan to direct individual and families to resources specific to their situation.
Financial Counseling - Counselors analyze the current financial situation of the individual or family in need and develop an action plan to maintain financial stability during tough times.
Financial Assistance - Assists in meeting the critical financial needs of families in areas such as rent, utilities and other emergencies.
Mentoring - Informal mentoring designed to allow persons who have been in similar situations to work with others one-on-one.
Food Pantry - Provides both perishable and non-perishable food items as well as paper goods.
Daily Bread - Provides the avenue for weekly contact through the distribution of bread and pastry products donated by local businesses.
Clothing - Collects and distributes "gently used" clothing for children and adults.
Auto Repair - Assists families with limited automobile repairs.
Furniture and Household Items - Collects and distributes furniture and basic household items.
Career Help - Provides information on local employment opportunities and assists with resume preparation.
Extensive Network & Referral - Connects individuals and families to appropriate resources available within the community.